Tag Archives: Texas

Thirteen Plus Traitors?

I may be getting a bit ahead of myself as I write this article on a Tuesday morning where the news is dominated by anticipation of the State of the Union Address, but an “action in process” has me really concerned. Let’s explore. Continue reading Thirteen Plus Traitors?

The Bankruptcy Of America’s Word

We are nearing the one year mark of Donald Trump’s presidency. Many things concern me, but perhaps none more so than the bankruptcy of America’s word. Simply put, why would any nation or entity trust us? Let’s explore. Continue reading The Bankruptcy Of America’s Word

House Garbage

Congress comes into a lot of criticism for being unproductive. Speaker Paul Ryan likes to defend the productivity of the House by citing the number of bills it passes that die in the Senate. While I am far from a defender of Mitch McConnell’s Senate, if I put my old management hat on I would say we are dealing with a quality control problem in addition to a productivity problem. Let’s explore.   Continue reading House Garbage

Censorship Business

The biggest political story in America last week was not whose buttocks Al Franken did or did not palm, naked pictures of Joe Barton or even that the White House wants Roy Moore to win in Alabama (Were you surprised? I certainly wasn’t) it was two business deals. Let’s explore. Continue reading Censorship Business

Gun Sales: And Nothing Else Matters

Last week Sunday, almost 10% of a small Texas town’s population was shot to death in a church. I can all but guarantee you that gun regulations in this country will get more lax if anything. You say: counterintuitive?   You are correct in your thinking, but I’ll tell you why it will and what has happened in the wake of mass shootings. Let’s explore. Continue reading Gun Sales: And Nothing Else Matters